Post Sale Update: This Hurricane hack sold for $4,949 after 40 bids on eBay.
Introduced in 1987, the Honda CBR1000F was also known by a very 80s name: the Hurricane. It was a sport-tourer with a 135-horsepower heart. The powertrain earned a reputation for being stout, though early models did have a cam chain rattle that Honda had to take care of. That’s why it makes such an interesting proposition for the addition of a sidecar, as this example features.
This example (VIN: JH2SC2401LM001751) has 12,208 miles and the bike is highly original. Obviously, the attachment of the sidecar is a big modification but everything was done without modifications to the frame and the seller says the hack can be removed in “a couple of hours.” Other modifications include bar risers and stainless steel brake lines. The seller claims that this 3-wheeled combo tracks straight and that he’s done over 100 miles per hour with it. Flaws include a mismatched touch-up paint job due to a master cylinder leak, a small crack in the bodywork, warping in the front cowl, and a few paint scrapes in the sidecar.
Find this sidecar-equipped Hurricane for sale in Pampa, Texas with bidding up to $1,350 and the reserve not yet met